Gorillaz have released the trailer for their documentary, 'Reject False Icons'.
Last week DJ Mag reported on news of the forthcoming movie, which will screen in cinemas for one night only on Monday 16th December. Charting the making of and accompanying tours for both the 'Humanz' and 'The Now Now' albums, the film has been directed by Denholm Hewlett, son of band co-founder Jamie Hewlett.
Gorillaz have announced a new documentary, 'Reject False Icons', which will screen in cinemas for one night only, on Monday 16th December.
The film is directed by Denholm Hewlett, and documents the making of and accompanying tours for two albums , 'Humanz' and 'The Now Now'.
PUSHA-T, Vince Staples, Jehnny Beth, Kelela, Noel Gallagher and Danny Brown are among the familiar faces that appear in this latest chapter of the band's rather epic story.
Netflix is raising its subscription price for 58million US account holders, who will see monthly fees increase by 12-18 per cent in the coming months depending on their package.
The biggest single price hike since the streaming giant launched 12 years ago, and the first since 2017, it means those currently on an $11 per month plan— the most popular— will soon be paying $13. For $8 a month the new charges will come in at $9, with premium subscriptions moving from $14 to $16 per month.
Music and vegetating on the couch all day watching Netflix are undoubtedly two of life’s greatest pleasures. And as you might expect, Netflix is no slouch when it comes to serving up excellent music documentaries. From straight-up electronic music docs to others that touch on everything from soul to funk to hip-hop, the depth and range of their offerings is simply staggering.